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Tips from one of the masters, John Free

John Free is a social documentary/street photographer who lives in Los Angeles. His photographic essays range from railroad tramps in California to automobile abstracts to London and Paris street life. His work has been featured in numerous publications from U.S. News and World Report and Newsweek to Photographic Magazine to Smithsonian and he loves to
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Dreamer

 The other day I was enjoying the early spring sun. A beautiful sunday, a little chill still in the air. You know, the first days of spring. Everybody gets a little crazy. The local icecream-maker didn’t know what happened. People were standing in line for over half an hour to get ice-cream. Others were enjoying the
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The World Atlas of Street Photography

source: blog.wsj.com Street photography has an irresistible allure, bringing out the voyeur in the viewer. A new book, “The World Atlas of Street Photography,” has pictures by 100 established and emerging photographers, working in more than 50 cities on five continents. Jackie Higgins, the author of the book, says for many people the term “street
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Tips to start with street photography

When you’re becoming interested in street photography, you see all these beautiful pictures of great moments, shot in great light. “How do they do it?”, you ask yourself, “And why don’t I see that?” After doing some research, I extracted these tips from the master Observe. Principle number 1. Take a deep breath, go out
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My street photography is noticed!!!

Social Media, the internet and street photography go along very well. Look at photographer like  KiEricm and Thomas Leuthard, they post online and get famous with it. It’s all to easy it seems… As a streetphotographer I post my pics on Facebook and Flickr and sometimes you get great results with it. The other day I
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Check out the Europeans

Henry Cartier-Bresson (HCB), the father of modern day street photography, published a small book in 1955. It was called ‘The Europeans’. Cartier-Bresson wanted to make a portrait of post WOII Europe. HCB travelled across Europe, from Scandinavia to Ireland, to capture what it means to be European. A question more actual then ever before. Danish based
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International competition of street photography URBAN 2013 is now open

  Since 1st April 2013 registrations are open to the international competition of street photography URBAN, 2013, promoted by the cultural dotART of Trieste. Now in its fourth edition, URBAN has as its main theme the daily life of the city as seen through artistic photos of road: images immediate, real, that capture views, people,
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Dutchman wins International Street Photography Award 2013

Dutchman Peter de Krom is the winner of the 2013 International Street Photography Award. De Krom’s photos were chosen from a field of 750 entries from 70 countries in the world. De Krom made a short series of photos from his hometown Hoek van holland, showing it’s every day business. “It’s nice a small town
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What and what not?

About behaviour and what is allowed Streetphotographers all know it. We all come across the moment someone is asking you what you do and what you are doing with the pictures. Most of the time people are satisfied when you explain to them what you do and where the pictures are for. you have nothing
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101 Inspirational Street Photography Quotes — Eric Kim Street Photography

  By Charlie Atkinson So for this weeks post I thought I would share my favorite quotes from some of my favorite photographers as well as a few others that can be applied to photography as well! They are also not in any particular order, this post is by me as well (not Eric!) as I think
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